Several U.S. carriers, including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and US Cellular are currently offering a great deal on the LG G6 that opened for pre-orders on Friday, March 17. US Cellular starts pre-orders from March 24.

Buy an LG G6 smartphone, with Google Assistant built-in, before April 30 (AT&T, T-Mobile, US Cellular) or May 11 (Sprint) and you’ll receive a Google Home smart speaker worth $129 absolutely free!

Each carrier has its own offer plans, as outlined below:

T-Mobile: The G6 offer costs $650, at $29/mo for 24 months and a down payment of $26. Pre-orders for this deal with T-Mobile have started, and the device will be available starting April 7.

See T-Mobile Offer for LG G6 (Offer not yet live as of March 19)

AT&T: The deal for the LG G6 is $24/mo for 30 months, so the price works out to $720. But AT&T says it will give you “another one free” if you’re willing to add another line, and the “free” part comes as rebates over the 30-month contract period for the second LG G6. It’s still worth it if you’re looking to buy two devices.

See AT&T Offer for LG G6

Sprint: The offer plan for the LG G6 with Sprint is $29.50 for 24 months, which comes to $708. But the carrier is also giving away a free 49-inch LG 1080p HDTV as part of the deal. Moreover, their cut-off for the deal is March 11.

See Sprint Offer for LG G6

US Cellular: This deal is $597.60 for the G6 (additional discount of $47.61 brings the price down to $549.99), but if you sign up for a 30-month plan you’ll get promotional credits worth $297.60, which brings down the price to $300.

See US Cellular Offer for LG G6

All of these seem to be great deals, and all of them come with a Google Home smart speaker free. You’ll need to decide what plan is more suitable for you: whether you want a second device on a new line, a free 49-inch HDTV or the best price possible.

The LG G6 comes with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box, has a 5.7-inch display, 13 MP dual cameras on the rear, a 5 MP and a waterproof chassis. Google Assistant makes its debut on non-Google smartphones with this LG device, which is a big deal in itself.

To see the full specs for the LG G6, please visit GSMArena.

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